The motor city of Stuttgart is not only a city with some of the highest life quality indicators of Germany, but also the seat of the Kämmerer Group. The capital of Germany's federal state of Baden-Württemberg, with around 600,000 inhabitants, is the largest city of this state, called affectionately “Stuagad“ by the locals, and “Stuggi“ by youths.
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The capital city of Graz is located in the green heart of Austria, the federal state of Styria. With approx. 270000 inhabitants, it is the second largest city of the republic. In the centre of the city, the so-called castle hill stands tall, an excursion target loved by those recently in love and families alike.
Wrocław is one of the most beautiful cities of Eastern Europe. With approx. 633000 inhabitants, it is Poland's fourth largest city; it is located on the shores of the Odra river and its four tributaries.
Munich, or "Minga" - as it is called in Bavarian - is the capital of the federal state of Bavaria. With over 1.42 million inhabitants, Munich is Germany's third largest city, after Berlin and Hamburg. This world city is one of the most important cultural and economic centres of Germany.
Heimsheim is a locality in the Enz district of the German federal state of Baden-Württemberg, in the centre of the region known as the Heckengäu, approx. 15 km south of the district capital of Pforzheim; it belongs to the administrative region of Karlsruhe.
The Hessian city of Rüsselsheim is located between Frankfurt and Mainz, just at the tailwater of the Main river, only a few kilometres before it flows into the Rhine. The city is quite industrialised, which can be traced back mostly to the founder of the car manufacturer Opel, Adam Opel, who was born in Rüsselsheim.
Katowice is the capital of Poland's Silesia (the Silesian voivodeship). This city, located approx. 70 km northwest of Kraków, attracts not only for reasons of economy and the unique modernist architecture; it is always worth a visit for cultural reasons.
This city in the eastern part of Germany is a historic pearl of architecture, with a dreamy backdrop. Görlitz is located along the picturesque Polish-German border river Nysa, and besides its rich art history, offers as well culinary treats and invites through the eyes of its nice citizens.
This city, founded in the year 1938 is, besides Salzgitter, one of the youngest big cities of Germany; presently it has approx. 124.000 inhabitants.
Thanks to the automotive giant Volkswagen, which has its seat in Wolfsburg, this lively industrial city is also known as the Autostadt (Car city) or Volkswagenstadt (Volkswagen city).